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police do not know a motive but they are searching for four suspects who ran from the scene. >> it's very vague at this point. four males possibly white or hispanic 18 to 20 in dark clothing possibly in a gray van that was seen leaving the area. >> reporter: that was the second homicide in san jose in one week. on wednesday, a woman was shot and killed outside of her condominium near tully road. san jose police say that they have been stretched thin with the shrinking force. here's some numbers. in 2008, the city had 1,409 police officers. today there are 1,061. that's 348 less. at the beginning of january, fewer than 600 officers have been assigned to patrol about one million residents. so at any given time there are only about 70 on the street. the latest victim's name hasn't been released but homicide detectives are actively
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investigating. live in san jose, elissa harrington, cbs 5. at least one person has been arrested in a home invasion robbery in san jose. that's according to the "mercury news." officers say two or three men armed with knives tied up an older couple in their home near leeland high school on monday. the home was ransacked and two cars were stolen. both of those cars have been found. one was driven into the uvas reservoir. antioch is on high alert after a man tried to lure a boy in a car. it happened after school yesterday near sutter elementary school there. according to a mother, the stranger approached her son claiming he was sent by a family member to pick him up. the student said, i don't know you and quickly walked away. the man has gray hair and stubble. he was driving a light blue '70s era car. new details on a shooting near a bart station earlier this week. police now say two albany high school students who were shot wednesday were asked about their shoes. it happened as they were walking near the el cerrito bart station after school let
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out. police didn't elaborate on the nature of the shoes. those two teenagers were shot, are expected to make a full recovery. the two gunmen are still on the loose. and some new surveillance video shows scammers targeting an elderly woman for her money and her valuables. it's another in a series of crimes targeting the chinese community in san francisco. police say the victim in the video lost nearly $50. the crooks convinced the victims that they are cursed and can only get it lifted if they pay up. autopsies are planned today for a mother and daughter found dead in the sierra foothills. dive teams found the body of 46- year-old karen anderson and her 5-year-old daughter in a frozen- over pond near their home in amedure county yesterday. authorities had been at the home several times this week after neighbors reported the residents had not been seen. ' family friend says the 5-year- old victim was an outgoing child. >> she just went out and she
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would grab another kid and just show him the ropes and have fun with them and she would just -- very happy kid. >> divers searched the pond where the bodies were found after a neighbor reported seeing a hole in the ice in amador county. we have confounded the critics and now california is back from the brink. those words from governor jerry brown during an enthusiastic state of the state address yesterday. he promised continued education reform holding the line on college tuition and pushing the high-speed rail project through. but at the end of the day the address was mostly about one thing. >> living within our means and not spending what we don't have. the people have given us 7 years of extra taxes. let us follow the wisdom of joseph, pay down our debts and store up reserves against the leaner times that will surely follow. >> well, brown's speech was upbeat. he faces a fight even within his own democratic party. some of his proposals including
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a plan to fund poorer schools at the expense of wealthier suburban districts. vice president joe biden is on the road today to rally support for the administration's gun control proposals. he is going to start in virginia and hold a discussion with people who work on gun safety following the shooting at virginia tech. meanwhile senator dianne feinstein announced her bill yesterday that would eliminate high capacity magazines and ban assault weapons. the vice president downplayed the need for an assault weapons ban. >> i'm much less concerned, quite frankly, about what you call an assault weapon than i am about magazines and the number of rounds that can be held in a magazine. >> president obama also plans to travel to push his gun control plans. now, senator feinstein got very personal while introducing her bill. she talked about the day george moscone and harvey milk were killed at san francisco city
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hall. >> i was the one that found supervisor milk's body. and i was the one that put a finger in a bullet hole trying to get a pulse. once you have been through one of these episodes, once you see what the crime scene is like, it isn't like the movies, it changes your view of weapons. >> now, her bill would ban more than 150 assault style weapons and high capacity magazines. but she concedes that it has little chance of passing. it is 5:06. a little check of traffic and weather. the weekend is here and lawrence, will we get a little bit of rain? >> we may see a few raindrops. the big story will be the cold temperatures, maybe a couple of scattered showers around the bay area nothing big for the weekend. we are still seeing a few showers this morning and fog. our high-def doppler radar showing you some scattered light showers right now but really, they are just hit and
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miss headed around the bay area. you can see a light shower along 680 and that's about it. there's not a lot of rain out there right now. but still, a chance we could see some scattered light showers and mist or drizzle this morning. couple of lows along the coastline one to the south and this one to the north is going to be dropping in over the weekend bringing with it cold air. the temperatures in the 40s and 50s now. we are seeing fog. i think by the afternoon, well, we are going to see a few more clouds outside and a slight chance of showers. we'll talk about the weekend forecast a little more in a moment. let's check the roads with elizabeth. >> and so of we are quiet as far as incidents go. we have not seen too many accidents so far, no big hot spots. the roads are slick as lawrence mentioned. this is the pay gates at the bay bridge toll plaza. we checked in with caltrans, no overnight roadwork heading into san francisco. towards treasure island all lanes open up the incline. there is no delay to san francisco on the upper deck. westbound 580 a few brake lights, not too bad right now
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towards livermore. westbound highway 4 still free and clear. coming up, we'll get one more check of mass transit. in the meantime, back to you guys. >> thank you. don't let drinkers get too drunk on super bowl sunday. that's a tall order to fill. >> could be but that's the message being delivered to san francisco bartenders. cbs 5 reporter cate caugiran is in the city where officials want to be sure the 49er fans keep it in line on super bowl sunday. hi, cate. >> reporter: good morning, frank and anne. city leaders want celebration to be fun but also clean. this is something them fans to keep in mind as the bay area tries to bring the super bowl here in 2016 and keep the so- called knuckleheads out. that's the term that mayor lee used to describe these people just after the world series vandals set fire to a muni bus and destroyed businesses and rioted in the streets. the san francisco mayor doesn't want a repeat performance.
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>> suggest that inebriation doesn't help with people who want to maybe go beyond the bounds of the celebration. >> reporter: bartenders say this know what they are up against and won't hesitate to cut you off. >> it's up to the football fans themselves where they're going to take this but out of respect to the city, being a bartender, we won't tolerate any, you know, people getting out of control especially not here in the bar anyway. >> reporter: sfpd says we shouldn't tear down the city and should show the world that 49ers are high class fans. now, next sunday san francisco police will be stepping it up. you can expect to see more officers on patrol as you celebrate during game day. reporting live in san francisco, cate caugiran, cbs 5.
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colin kaepernick the toast of the nation after leading the 49ers to their sixth super bowl appearance. the second biggest sports star in the area just might be his tatoos. the quarterback's ink is a big discussion point in the nfl since kaepernick became the team's starter in november. at team headquarters in santa clara kaepernick was asked which tattoo was his favorite. >> probably the one on the inside of my arms that says my gift is my curse. i just feel like that's something that applies to my life it many different ways. i mean, being an nfl quarterback has a lot of advantages. there's a lot of doors that open when you're a quarterback. but at the same time, you're under a lot of scrutiny. there's a lot of things you can't do, as well. >> kaepernick's a smart guy. after this, he went out and bought all the reporters pizzas. >> yeah. >> he knows the key to their hearts. >> reporters and photographers in the field, boy, give them free food -- >> you want to come cover our event, feed us and we're there.
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it's 5:11. the shark tank is rocking again for the first time since last spring. the economic boost for san jose businesses after this home opener. now i'm back with a hit -- [ child rapping ] in the usa -- >> a youtube star talking rhyme about her man, colin kaepernick one of the smallest members of the 49er faithful. she can rap. >> first, let's take a look at the 49ers faithful taking over the cubicles. fan photos from office workers who decorated their space in 49ers colors and check out this cool catch. kaylie hayden showing off this homage to a michael crabtree catch. you go, kaylie. we know that you have some fan photos out there so send them to us at or upload them to >> and what's cool about your school? you can mountain is your submit
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your nomination at our website. we would love to hear from you. we might end up at your school. we'll be right back.
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year-old rapper from ohio... and she is a huge colin kaepernick n. she's rapp more super bowl coverage now. there's a 5-year-old rapper from ohio and she is a huge
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colin kaepernick fan in a big way. she rapped about the quarterback before and now has a new rap called kaep for mia. here she is. [ rapping ] >> she's great. that's sarah from dayton, ohio. her rap on kaepernick you can see on youtube the latest sensation. last year her video on the quarterback went viral, as well. kaepernick even tweeted about it. >> she is ridiculously cute. cbs 5 is going to be covering all things super bowl in the big easy over the next week and a half. in fact, we are sending a team of reporters to cover the team, the game, the fans in new orleans. our coverage will include sports director dennis o'donnell, vern glenn, our michelle griego and mike sugerman. >> that little girl should get
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two free tickets to the super bowl. >> what do you think? >> she looks like your niece, anne. >> so cute. taking you outside live right now conditions on the road not too bad. some areas of overnight roadwork could slow you down including up the nimitz freeway so it's still there. we at any to check in with caltrans both directions of 880 this morning between 980 and 66. so this is obviously pretty close to the oakland coliseum, hegenberger, not seeing it in this camera but again, just watch out. they have various lanes blocked in both directions once again across the stretch. to the san mateo bridge now, this is a live look at westbound 92, 14 minutes is the drive time towards high-rise and foster city. by the way we're also getting word of an accident through the altamont pass so we'll tell you more about that once we get more details in a few minutes. in the meantime, here's lawrence with a check of your forecast. >> all right, elizabeth. a lot of clouds right now thick fog in the valleys visibilities
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down to half mile or so. and we continue to see a few raindrops outside. really widely scattered this morning but if you are headed out, you'll see on our high-def doppler radar still a couple of spots mainly into the south that we're seeing some of those scattered showers popping up. so don't be surprised if you are driving around the bay area this morning and see a light shower. a chance of some showers this morning. you have some fog out there temperatures in the 50s. this afternoon, still a chance of a few more showers, mainly over the mountains by the afternoon with some 50s and a few 60s. well, looking toward the weekend, we have one low off the coast of southern california that's going to be kicking onshore. we have this one that's going to be dropping in out of the gulf of alaska and that is going to bring some very cold air in our direction. a chance of some showers over the weekend but i think the big story will be the coal temperatures. a lot of cloud out there right now early on, a couple of scattered showers as we head throughout the day maybe a few more pop-up showers in the an and then as we get into the weekend, this guy drops in bringing with it the chance of a few more scattered showers
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and ushering in the cold air of the 50s and 60s in the bay area. cold temperatures the next couple of days. highs struggling to get out of the mid-50s toward sunday with a chance of a few showers. >> it won't be as bad as it looks. >> a sprinkle. >> thank you. 5:18 now. the steve jobs biopick is not release and it's also stirring up controversy. >> you're overreacting. >> nobody wants to buy a computer. nobody. >> how does somebody know what they want if they have never even seen it? >> steve wozniak says the conversation between jobs and himself never happened according to a post by wozniak
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on a tech blog. in his post wozniak disputes his portrayal saying we have never had such interaction in roles. i'm not sure what he is getting at. "jobs" will be at the sundance film festival. >> that's hollywood. in today's healthwatch the cdc blames a new norovirus strain from making hundreds of people sick across the united states in the recent months. this one is no fun. researchers say a new strain of the disease spread rapidly from last september to december. symptoms of norovirus are cramps, fever, chills, vomiting and diarrhea. it spreads quickly on cruise ships, nursing homes and schools. >> a new study says using folic acid won't lower the risk of early labor. some people take it to try and prevent cancer, heart disease and stroke. researchers looked at about 50,000 people and found taking folic acid for five years is
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safe. it turns out that lightning may give you a headache. lightning within 25 miles caused a headache or migraine for almost a quarter of those in the study. scientists believe the headaches may be caused by negatively charged by lightning currents. we don't have a lot of lightning in the bay area. >> another new study. a big night at the shark tank for the home opener for the sharks and economic activity around the tank, as well. >> a last-minute dunk to help usf in today's play of the day next.
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it's not just the sharks that are back. last night they played the phoenix coyotes in n-h-l home game day in san jose and it's not just the sharks that are back. last night they played the phoenix coyotes in the first nhl home game in more than nine months. but while fans have missed the hockey, restaurant owners have really missed the booming business that the sharks bring to downtown san jose. ever wonder how important those home games are? in 2008 economic report estimates each sharks game brings in $800,000 in spending outside of the arena. >> welcome back. shark fans finally got to see their team hosting phoenix as we said.
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home opener san jose trailed 3- 2 less than 7 minutes left, game tied at 3. less than 2 minutes left, sharks on a breakaway, san jose wins 5-3. college hoops play of the game. tied in the final seconds. dickerson launches a three ball for the win. here it goes. and it will go. it's good. 1/10 of a second to go. usf wins 75-72. nice. more 49ers faithful photos for you. >> this is a great grandpa marty showing off his 49ers family. actually the great grandpa isn't in the picture. [ laughter ] >> ashley, sean and their baby benny who is adorable. he is 1. >> great grandpa is probably taking the picture. >> we would love to see more of your fan photos. send them to or upload them to our website,
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>> send them over. it is 5:25. and it's not all serious for super bowl coaches. >> yeah. the prank one of the harbaugh brothers pulled on his family. great stuff, coming up. >> and we're live in san francisco where city leaders want to keep super bowl celebrations classy and under control. what the mayor is now asking of bartenders and 49ers fans on game day. >> i was the one that put a finger in a bullet hole trying to get a pulse. >> gun control debate gets personal for dianne feinstein. the emotional story she rarely talks about. we'll be right back. uh forgot jack's cereal. [ jack ] what's for breakfast? uh try the number one! i've never heard of that. [ wife ] it's great. it's a sweet honey cereal, you'll love it. yeah this is pretty good. are you guys alright? yeah. [ male announcer ] over a third of a day's fiber. not that anyone has to know.
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>> i want the city to be celebratory and safe for everyone. >> and calls around to bartenders to keep it under control. >> often they are the first line of defense against mayhem. >> the 9ers will the loose before the big game. >> a lot of doors that open when you're a quarterback. >> not about keeping bad guns out of the hands of good people. >> vice president joe biden will head out on the road today to rally support for president obama's gun control proposal. >> i was the one that found supervisor milk's body, and i was the one that put a finger in a bullet hole trying to get a pulse. >> senator feinstein gets personal in her push for a federal assault weapons ban. >> california's back, its budget is balanced and we're on the move. >> an upbeat jerry brown lays out an optimistic vision for california. from across the bay to around the world, the stories that matter on "eyewitness news this morning." captions by: caption colorado >> your realtime captioner:
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linda marie macdonald. good morning. it's friday, january 25. i'm anne makovec. michelle is off. in fact, that lucky girl is headed to new orleans right now to cover the super bowl. >> she is packing up and getting ready to take off. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. it is 5:30 on your friday. and we begin with some tough news. three people have been killed in san jose so far this year. and two of those murders happened just this week. cbs 5 reporter elissa harrington is live at the police department with more on the deadly stabbing that happened last night. elissa. >> reporter: hi, anne and frank. that latest victim died last night after being stabbed multiple times. this has been a very busy week for san jose police. last night's stabbing marks the third homicide of the year but was also the second in just two days. wednesday, a woman was shot and killed inside of her condo near tully road. then thursday, that man in his 30s was stabbed to death. that happened just before 8:30 last night. the victim was outside of an apartment complex in the kenwood neighborhood of san jose off month tray highway when he was attacked by a group of men. police say they are searching
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for four suspects who ran from the scene. >> it's very vague at this point. four males, possibly white or hispanic, 18 to 20 years old in dark clothing possibly in a gray van that was seen leaving the area. >> reporter: this also marks the third homicide of 2013. police patrols have been stretched thin. here's some numbers. in 2008 the city had 1,409 police officers. today there are 1,061. as of the beginning of the month fewer than 600 officers have been assigned to patrol about one million residents. that means at any given time there are only about 70 on the streets. police have not made any arrests and at this point they don't know a motive. the latest victim was taken to the hospital and died an hour after he arrived. live in san jose, elissa harrington, cbs 5. san jose police have arrested one of the suspects in a brazen home invasion robbery that happened on monday. that's according to the san
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jose "mercury news." officers say two or three men armed with knives tied up an older couple in their home near leeland high school. the home was ransacked. two cars were stolen, both have been found. one was driven into the uvas reservoir. a warning to parents and students in antioch after a man tried to lure a boy into his car. it happened after school yesterday near sutter elementary. according to the mother, the stranger approached her son, claiming he was sent by a family member to pick him up. the student walked away. the man has gray hair and stubble. he was driving a blue '70s era vehicle. new details on a bart station shooting this week. two albany high school students were shot wednesday and were asked about their shoes. it happened on a walking path near the el cerrito bart station after school let out. police didn't elaborate on the national of the shoes. the two teenagers shot are expected to make a full recovery.
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the two gunmen are still on the loose. and the word is going out to bartenders in san francisco: be careful with the booze on super bowl sunday. >> cbs 5 reporter cate caugiran live in san francisco where officials are hoping for a 49ers win obviously. but they are also hoping that the celebration afterward will be peaceful. cate. >> reporter: good morning. next sunday police will be stepping it up am you can expect to see more officers on patrol and that's because city leaders doesn't want to see a repeat of this, what mayor ed lee called knuckleheads after the giants won the world series last year. the so-called knuckleheads set fire to a muni bus, vandalized businesses and rioted in the streets. mayor lee hopes fans and bars keep the celebratory spirits high and the drinks to a minimum. >> i just remind everybody that we're wanting the neighborhood to celebrate and we are getting ready to do a super bowl bid.
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>> reporter: bartenders are keeping an eye out on clooney's at valencia and 25th, workers there saying the super bowl is about having a good time within reason. >> it's supposed to be fun like supposed to have a great time. don't be dumb, you know? let's just have a good time, have some drinks, be safe. don't destroy other people's property, you know? make it a fun night. >> reporter: on super bowl sunday, city leaders suggested bartenders serve something other than hard alcohol and for fans to drink in moderation. they want everyone to keep this in mind as the city hopes to bring a super bowl here to the bay area in 2016. live in san francisco, cate caugiran, cbs 5. a rush to school up 49er gear, but a lot of the stuff you see sold on street corners is counterfeit. one vendor said his gear was licensed but we took it to customs and they confirmed it was not. one agent told us the bargain prices are no bargain at all.
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>> downside is you're not getting a genuine product. the quality is probably not good. there may be chemicals that are not approved to be used. >> so how do you tell if it's real? official nfl gear will have a hologram, tags and usually a higher price. the nfl gets a cut of the sales and distributes it among the franchises including the 49ers. >> they were all over market street yesterday. i was walking down, hey, 49er t- shirts, get 'em, you know, two for 10 bucks. i'm like yeah, you wear it once and wash your car with it. >> we saw them out there with all the giants gear, crime of opportunity. how about some weather? we have a big weekend coming up. >> we have a chance of a few more showers. i think the big stories will be the cold temperatures over the weekend. this morning, cloudy skies and fog early on. our high-def doppler radar showing you some of those pop- up showers outside. not a whole lot. but if you are headed out you may need that umbrella just briefly for today and then the showers will disappear once again. couple of areas of low pressure one in the south and one coming
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from the gulf of alaska. that one moving in from the gulf over the weekend. and that is really going to cool down those temperatures. numbers outside 40s and some 50s. fog with visibilities to about a half mile in some of the valleys so watch out for that. this trough is going to drop in along the coastline as we head in toward tomorrow morning. that's really going to bring the temperatures down. highs today expected in the 50s and the low 60s outside. we'll talk more about that weekend forecast coming up. right now let's check the roads with elizabeth. >> thank you, lawrence. outside right now we are getting word of a three-car crash so it's in the clearing stages now. westbound 205 approaching 580. traffic is stacking up at the scene though. once you get through the altamont pass, we have more brake lights and there is a live look. look at all that fog out there as you make your way closer toward the dublin-pleasanton area. so some of our traffic cameras a little difficult to see. here's the drive time across that stretch. right now, still in the green at 16 minutes between the altamont pass and 680. so once again traffic is slow
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through tracy but that accident is now being cleared. this is the golden gate bridge southbound 101 looking good a little farther north from the waldo tunnel and sir francis drake, various lanes blocked on 101. caltrans crews should be out there for another 20 minutes or so until about 6:00 this morning. that is traffic. back to you guys. >> thank you. in your world right now, egyptian opposition protestors are gathering to mark the second anniversary of the uprising that toppled the hosni mubarak government. live pictures here from tahrir square, cairo. hundreds of thousands have turned out for rallies planned in cairo. several major cities throughout the middle east. protestors are demonstrating against the current president there mohamed morsi. they are demanding freedom of expression. the health ministry reports 16 people were wounded as gas bombs and firecrackers are being thrown between the protestors and police. and greek riot police have stormed the athens train subway depot to break up a sit-in by
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dozens of striking workers there. workers are outraged by the new austerity measures and the proposed salary cuts. their strike has left the capital without a subway service for some nine days. greece is experiencing a deep recession now in its sixth year and spiraling unemployment which is above 26%. vice president joe biden is taking the administration's gun control proposal on the road to rally support. he is starting in virginia hosting a discussion with experts who worked on gun safety following the shooting at virginia tech. meanwhile senator dianne feinstein announced her own bill yesterday. it will eliminate high capacity magazines and ban assault weapons. but she admits it's going to be hard to pass. she did get very personal while introducing that bill yesterday. she talked about the day george moscone and harvey milk were killed at san francisco city hall. >> i was the one that found supervisor milk's body, and i was the one that put a finger
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in a bullet hole trying to get a pulse. once you have been through one of these episodes, once you see what the crime scene is like, it isn't like the movies. it changes your view of weapons. >> that ban on assault style weapons she hopes will pass but does concede it has very little chance of making it through congress. berkeley unified school district is beefing up security in response to the newtown shooting. safety measures will include classroom door locks at all 20 schools. the improvements will cost about half a million dollars. the district also approved a $70,000 contract with two agencies that will focus on threats to schools and disaster preparedness. mark zuckerberg and politics hand in hand? perhaps. we'll tell you about that. >> and a super bowl news conference takes an unexpected turn. how ravens coach john harbaugh pulled a fast one on his
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family. >> good stuff. coming up. >> and we have been showing you pictures of 49ers super fans all morning long. check it out. ready for the "har-bowl." show has her 9ers shades and a pretty tasty looking hot dog right there. >> keep these pictures coming. send them to us at or upload them to our website,
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war 2 in a whole new light... life magazine opened up its some newly discovered color photos are showing world war ii in a whole different light. "life" magazine opened up its archives and posted these amazing color photos online showing american soldiers, snapshots in time, from before and after d-day at world war ii. kodak invented color film in 1935 but war photos were easier to process in black and white and transmit home. consumer fraud cases involving healthcare for workers in the city, a city law that took effect in 2009 saying restaurants are supposed to be setting aside a couple of dollars from each bill to cover employee health expenses. the city attorney says that is not always happening. his crackdown comes a week after a pizza company agreed to a $200,000 settlement for failing to do that.
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futures trading suggests a higher open when today's session begins on wall street in 45 minutes. here to chat about that ashley morrison of what day is it, ashley. >> reporter: it is friday and happy friday, frank and anne and to everyone! a long week it felt like. ha ha ha! good morning, everyone. a sharp drop in the yen rally japan's markets this morning. tokyo's nikkei shot up nearly 3% making its 11th straight week of gains while hong kong's hang seng lost .25%. on wall street, stocks ended mixed yesterday. the dow closed up 46, nasdaq down 23, with most of the loss due to the big drop in apple stock. apple makes up 10% of the index. microsoft stock fell in after-hours trading after the company reported its earnings declined about 4% in its fiscal 2nd quarter. the problem with windows 8. the company's flagship operating system lifted sales but knows as much as investors had
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expected. microsoft shares declined almost 2%. and starbucks got a good jolt despite the weak economy. the company reported a 13% increase in profits for the second fiscal quarter. part of that is due to brisk sales in china where starbucks is expanding. the other big driver is that more customers are actually buying food with coffee. they have some good breakfast sandwiches. i don't know if you have tried them. >> i've tried everything there. [ laughter ] >> i'm a card carrying member. >> why not. >> do you mail a lot of letters? you will have to pay another penny to mail out a bill or a letter. >> reporter: that's right. the u.s. postal service is raising the cost of a stamp by a penny to 46 cents for a letter and 33 cents for a postcard. the change will begin this sunday. now, if it seems like the price of stamps went up not too long ago you're right. it was one year ago this week actually when we saw the last one cent increase. the hike comes as the postal service continues to struggle to make money. i think i have like three books
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of holiday stamps that i'm going to have to buy those one penny stamps to make those work probably throughout the summer. >> buy the forever stamps and don't deal with the pennies. >> reporter: i keep saying i'm going to. yeah. never happens. >> now's the time to stock up though. boy, there will be a rush on the post office the next couple of day we have until sunday. >> ashley morrison of, thank you. keep your eyes peeled at pier 39 in san francisco over the weekend. a whale was spotted near the pier yesterday afternoon. this is the time of year for a gray whale migration zositeings are so sightings are common. just a little tour along the bay to pier 39. probably hungry for sourdough. >> we have some changes coming up looks like for the weekend. some cold air going to be piling into the bay area and that means temperatures going to be dropping even a chance of
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some showers outside. today we continue to see a few scattered light showers on our high-def doppler radar. but those are beginning to fade away a little bit but we're not done. we'll leave a chance of showers in the forecast for this morning and also into the afternoon. a lot of fog out there in some of the valleys. visibilities down to a half mile in some spots. this afternoon, a chance of a few more pop-up showers especially over the mountaintops, highs in the 50s and also the 60s. couple of areas of low pressure, one off the south in southern california pumping in the moisture this morning. the one from the gulf of alaska will drop in for the weekend bringing some unsettled weather and much colder temperatures to the bay area. i think weekend temperatures struggling to get into the mid- 50s in some places. so it's going to be chilly in spots. let's get through the day today. you have a lot of clouds out there, chance of scattered light showers, you will notice a little afternoon heating and suddenly a few pop-up showers especially in toward parts of the south bay mountains over the santa cruz mountains. then that moves out. and here comes that next cold front dropping in the bay area bringing with it a chance of a few more showers tomorrow morning. and ushering in some much
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colder air. all right. around the bay area today, sfo not too bad possible delays though with some of the clouds outside and a few light showers. around the country still cold in the eastern half only 28 degrees snowing in new york. 34 and snow in chicago with some wind too. temperatures expected to be in the 50s and 60s for the bay area today and well, looking out over the next couple of days, not a rainout this weekend but a chance of some scattered showers and bundle up, it's going to be chilly. warmer dry weather toward the middle of next week. >> look at that. we can see some of those slick roads outside in a lot of traffic cameras this morning. seeing some areas of fog too. so all these different weather elements could slow you down a bit this morning. fortunately no metering lights, no huge delays. it's friday. we have not seen too many incidents on the road. you can see cars making some very tiny little splashes towards the pay gates. once again, no delay across the upper deck towards san francisco. we are still watching this accident in the clearing stages. this is in tracy westbound 205 approaching 580. last check the left lane was
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blocked but again chp is on scone working to clear it now. they have the tow crews. in the meantime, westbound 580 looks okay this morning. and it continues to move well all the way down towards 680 through the sunol grade. this is your drive time right now in the yellow. 18 minutes from the altamont pass to the dublin interchange towards 680. so a few brake lights right now through the livermore area especially as you get closer towards that vasco road exit. here's a live look outside. the golden gate bridge headlights are moving southbound this morning. northbound southbound both directions are looking good across the span. farther north caltrans still has that roadwork out there but that should be wrapping up soon between the waldo tunnel and sir francis drake boulevard. that's a check of your "timesaver traffic." back to you guys. >> thank you. facebook's ceo mark zuckerberg has created a new event a fundraising party for new jersey governor chris christie's re-election. the young billionaire and the republican governor have been working closely together since
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2010 when mark zuckerberg donated $100 million to boost new jersey's troubled school. that fundraiser for chris christie is next month. if you were the parents of jim and john harbaugh, who would you root for? >> it's going to be elation and disappointment. >> john from the ravens decided to play a prank on his family. listen as he pretends to be a reporter from baltimore with dear old mom and dad on the phone. >> question of baltimore is it true that both of you like jim better than john? >> we love john. >> is that john harbaugh? [ laughter ] >> mom was ready to come right through this phone! i'm so happy that joannie recognized your voice. >> there was a pause and the mother was upset. why would they ask such a question? joannie is the sister on the line, as well. the mom hopes the nfl will will
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[ indiscernible ] so both sons can be winners. no ties allowed. there is a question where the two will be. do they go to the game or stay home in michigan? just watch? >> i think they have to go to the game. >> won we all love to go to the game? michelle is there. that's why i'm filling in this morning. we'll check in with her in new orleans all next week. looking forward to that. meantime, time is now 8 minutes before 6:00. extra security with an added perk a new bart upgrade. plus, celebrating the 9ers success with sugar. the cupcake tribute to colin kaepernick at his former high school. >> and here's another 49ers fan photo for you. the aquino family from south san francisco generations of fans. the red and gold fever has clearly spread to the youngest there. >> lots of youngest. we would love to see more. send them to us at or upload them to our website, we'll be right back.
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equipment that will also help stay connected. welcome back. time is now 5:54. bart trains are getting new security equipment that will also help riders stay connected. bart's communications devices will send live video from the railcars to bart security and control centers. those devices will also provide free wi-fi service on those cars. that service is expected to be more reliable than the current wi-fi offered on bart. why bother with 140 characters when you can bring your tweets to life? twitter is rolling out a new video app which allows you to upload videos 6 seconds or less. they always have the caveats on twitter. >> that's a quick video. >> feature it in your tweet. the feature is called vine. it's available on the iphone and ipod touch. the social media company is working on bringing the app to
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other platforms. you have to be real creative in a six-second video. what could be sweeter than another 49ers super bowl win? >> how about a kap cake? well, they are making them. the family of the 9ers quarterback whipped up pastries in honor of his super bowl appearance and delivered them to colin kaepernick's high school where the young man graduated and friends still remember him in turlock. >> he brings the best out of everybody because his competitiveness his drive is just spreads like wildfire. >> former teachers there say kaepernick was just as competitive in the classroom and as he was on the field. he graduated with a 4.0 grade point average and wanted to major in business. his major in football is going well. we have a bunch of people heading to the big game super bowl xlvii. michelle griego is on her way tomorrow. mike sugerman is leaving today. and dennis o'donnell and vern glenn take off this weekend. they will all be there -- it's
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going to take mike a while because he is driving, road tripping. the rest will be there some saturday some on sunday. it's 5:57. coming up in the next half hour keeping super bowl fans in check. san francisco's mayor has a message to bartenders. >> he wants them to help keep celebrations fun but classy. and he doesn't want a repeat performance of the world series. we'll have details in a live report. >> it's about keeping all guns out of the hands of bad ones. >> vice president hitting the road to talk gun control. the lesson he hopes to learn from a college campus tragedy.
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>> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald we're live in san francisco, where mayor ed lee and san francisco police want 49ers fans to keep their celebrations in check. we'll tell you why they are
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reaching out to bartenders. >> and the vice president sets off on a gun control road trip. the pro gun state with a unique perspective on the issue. >> plenty of clouds, scattered showers, could be a very cold weekend. we'll talk about that coming up. >> and the fog is at least beginning to lift a little bit if you are heading toward the dublin interchange. we can see traffic now, getting busy through pleasanton. much more "timesaver traffic" coming up. good morning, everyone. it is friday, it's here, january 25. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm anne makovec. michelle is off heading to new orleans. the time is now 6:00. and this morning, the search is on for several people who stabbed and killed a man in san jose. this is the city's second murder in as many days and cbs 5 reporter elissa harrington reports. >> reporter: good morning. very busy week for san jose police. not only was this the third homicide this year, but the second within just two
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